But now I feel like I’ve been given the tools to turn it around.” He said he is now, at this point, able to approach the relationship, or the situation generally, from a less heated place.“You can come at it very aggressively and blame and blame.They've always been very kind to me and, even as a gangly guy, I felt I was rocking their suits," he recalls.
(Paltrow is now dating television producer Brad Falchuk; Martin is reportedly dating actress Annabelle Wallis.)In a new interview with the , Martin acknowledged that his divorce with Paltrow is a “weird one” and that, even now, “I still wake up down a lot of days.
(Martin has cited both of these works previously.) “It says that even when you’re unhappy, it’s good for you,” Martin said of the poem. A year of depression and all that.”Martin’s friends were apparently nervous about him as well, as “Coldplay collaborator” Phil Harvey said, “We were all worried about him—the band, his family. That period didn’t last forever, but there was a time when we were all regularly checking in on him, just trying to make sure he wasn’t on his own.”Paltrow and Martin’s divorce has still not been finalized, and we can be sure we will continue to hear new angles and takes on their unusual relationship up through Apple Martin’s memoir release in 2047.
When someone’s really, really low and on their own a lot, as a friend, your mind goes to the worst-case scenario .
Sounds very cool, very technical, and very Virgil Abloh.
The documentary: You pretty much can’t be a pop star these days without having your own documentary (see: Katy Perry, Beyonce), and Lady Gaga is the latest singer to get the treatment.